Bloodstained Classic II Dominique’s Curse DLC Release Date Set
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Bloodstained Classic II Dominique’s Curse DLC Release Date Set

The release date is set for the Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Classic II Dominique’s Curse DLC. The retro take that stars Dominique and is inspired by NES-era Castlevania games, which was announced back in September 2023, will finally launch on June 11, 2024. 

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Dominique’s Curse will essentially be a sequel. It takes place after the events of Miriam’s adventure. Dominique will head around a map, which is larger than before, to attempt to escape Limbo by defeating Bael. There will be a twist in this mode, however. While the “heroine” can talk with demons to learn things and progress, they will become enemies during the Waning Moon phase. 

As a reminder, the original Bloodstained Classic option is a mode anyone can access. It was part of the free January 2021 1.20 patch. It essentially offers a new way to approach Miriam’s original adventure, with adjustments that make it play more like the NES Castlevania adventures. 

Ahead of this add-on, a last update added two additional modes to Bloodstained to everyone. Back in May 2024, the Chaos and multiplayer VS modes debuted. That month was also when the three Japanesque, Magical Girl, and Succubus Cosmetic Packs released for $2.99 each.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is available for the PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC, and the Classic II Dominique’s Curse DLC release date is June 11, 2024. 

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